Fragranza Perfume Gallery

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Fragranza Perfume Gallery

The Fragranza Perfume Gallery is a unique store concept with a Dermalogica skin bar in the heart of Prague. At Fragranza Perfume Gallery we offer many premium and niche perfumes, luxury cosmetics and skin care items. Daily discounts on products of up to 50%! We offer 5 ml and 10 ml perfume testers of the luxury perfume brands Chanel, Dior, Lancome, Kenzo, Chloe, Hermés and many more from 7 euro, including a bottle. Skin Diagnosis and 10 minutes FACE FIT for free. Come and let yourself be pampered.

SHOP:

FRAGRANZA
Spálená 5, Praha 1
Open Mon – Fri: 10:00 – 20:00, Sat 10:00 – 15:00

www.fragranza.cz

 

The Fragranza Perfume Gallery is a unique store concept with a Dermalogica skin bar in the heart of Prague.
Fragranza
December 12, 2018
Lesser Town Bridge Towers (Malostranské mostecké věže)

Lesser Town Bridge Towers (Malostranské mostecké věže)

These two stylistically different towers, connected by a gate, form the entrance to the Lesser Town from Charles Bridge. The smaller tower is Romanesque, dating from the 12th century; its current Renaissance appearance dates to 1591. The taller Late Gothic tower, from 1464, is based on the architecture of Parléř’s Old Town Bridge Tower. From its viewing gallery, you get a stunning view of the flowing Vltava River and the historical city centre. Contacts Lesser Town Bridge Towers (Malostranské mostecké věže) Karlův most 118 00 Praha 1- Malá Strana +420 607 050 434 http://www.muzeumprahy.cz/prazske-veze muzeum@muzeumprahy.cz Object history The lower bridge tower, also called Judith’s Tower, is Romanic in the core, with its origin probably in the beginning of the second quarter of the 12th century. It is probably older than Judith’s Bridge. It was built from arenaceous marl and it formed a part of […]
December 12, 2018
Jindřišská Tower (Jindřišská věž)

Jindřišská Tower (Jindřišská věž)

This late Gothic tower is part of the Church of St Henry and St Kunhuta and, with its height of 65.7 m, is the highest freestanding bell tower in Prague. Today this structure offers visitors a view from the tenth floor, a restaurant, a museum and a gallery. Another unique feature is the carillon – a set of ten cast bronze bells in the tower attic, designed for listening in the interior of the tower. Contacts Jindřišská Tower (Jindřišská věž) Jindřišská 110 00 Praha 1- Nové Město +420 224 232 429 +420 608 346 521 Follow us on Facebook http://www.jindrisskavez.cz info@jindrisskavez.cz Object history The tower of the late gothic style (1472 – 1476) built as a separate belfry of Italian model. After the fire in 1745 it was adapted in the baroque style and in 1870s rebuilt in a gothic style (architect Mocker). The clock on a tower […]

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